Doosan lands dealer partner in Alaska

By |  October 18, 2022

Doosan logoDoosan Infracore North America added Bobcat of Juneau as a dealer in Alaska.

Bobcat of Juneau, with an additional location in Ketchikan, Alaska, will provide a full line of Doosan heavy equipment to construction, logging and mining operations in Alaska.

“For the last seven years, we’ve been carrying Doosan equipment in our rental fleet so we were familiar with the quality,” says Colter Boehm, Bobcat of Juneau owner and CEO. “We’re able to get a reliable machine with a local warranty service department. The brand is pretty well known in the logging industry, which is another big plus.”

According to Doosan, Boehm started Bobcat of Juneau in 2007 with his father, Jeff Boehm, who is still active in the business. Bobcat of Juneau offers sales and rentals of new and used Doosan machines, including wheel and crawler excavators, wheel and mini excavators, and wheel loaders. 

“With the addition of two new Doosan locations, we’re better able to serve a diverse set of customers in southwest Alaska,” says Matt Pixler, director of sales at Doosan.

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